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Button, The Lucknow Volunteer Rifles, 1901-1947 (metal)

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Button, The Lucknow Volunteer Rifles, 1901-1947 (metal)
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English School, (20th century) / English
National Army Museum, London
1901 AD (C20th AD)
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Button, The Lucknow Volunteer Rifles, 1901-1947. White metal button with King’s crown over bugle horn and unit title, made by Hobson and Sons, Lexington Street, London. The Lucknow Volunteer Rifle Corps was an auxiliary regiment formed on 10 January 1872 from part of the Oudh Volunteer Rifle Corps. On 6 June 1884 the unit returned to its designation as the Oudh Volunteer Rifle Corps, and then again as the Lucknow Volunteer Rifles on 24 July 1903. It was reconstituted as the 5th (Lucknow) Group Garrison Artillery on 1 April 1917 and then became the VI (Lucknow) Field Brigade on 1 October 1920. It became No 13 (Lucknow) Field Battery in 1933. From the Field Marshal Sir John Chapple Indian Army Collection.

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